September 10 – December 11, 2015
Tait’s work is influenced by vernacular 19th-century memorials and the influence of industrialized printmaking on images of memory and domesticity. Prints, paintings, glass etchings, and embroidery pieces combine cemetery grave imagery with monograms. They are an extension of her work in stone carving.
Visitors are encouraged to write poems in response to Tait’s exhibition in CARE’s Doug Adams Gallery. Visit us Tuesday, Thursday, and Fridays, 10am-3pm at 1798 Scenic Avenue, Berkeley.